https:\/\/www.cbc.ca\/news\/politics\/kovrig-officials-china-canada-1.4944372\nhttps:\/\/www.cbc.ca\/news\/opinion\/canada-meng-wanzhou-1.4944807\n\nMeng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei, is arrested in Vancouver at the request of American authorities for extradition to the U.S. She was given complete access to legal and diplomatic support. She's been granted bail to live in her mansion until the legal process is complete. Meanwhile, in retaliation, the Chinese government has detained (read: kidnapped) two Canadian citizens and thrown them in some dank dungeon, with no access to legal or diplomatic support. So, what do we get from the U.S. administration as a "show of support"? Pumpkinhead decides to make it a political - vice legal - issue, by indicating that he could possibly use Meng as a pawn during trade negotiations with the Chinese! \n\nI'm sure the Chinese government knows how the legal systems operate in Canada and the U.S. They know her rights are being respected in every aspect. But, I suspect the general public in China have no idea that the atrocious legal system in their country is not universal. So, when POTUS makes statements like that, what other conclusion are they supposed to come to? That Canada arrested her on a "trumped" up charge, that's what!\n\nI've never been impressed by him, but now, I wouldn't pi$$ on him if he was on fire! I try to be polite with my postings, but I (and the vast majority of Canadians) am so annoyed by the current White House administration, it's difficult to comment without sounding intemperate.\n\nMy apologies to my American friends who might take offence, but I hope you all understand where I'm coming from.